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The Troubled Man Hardcover – March 29 2011

4.4 out of 5 stars 587 ratings
Book 10 of 10 in the Kurt Wallander Series

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  • Hardcover : 384 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0307398838
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0307398833
  • Product Dimensions : 16.71 x 3.45 x 24.21 cm
  • Publisher : Knopf Canada (March 29 2011)
  • Item Weight : 708 g
  • Language: : English
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.4 out of 5 stars 587 ratings

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Review

#1 INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER
A New York Times Notable Crime Book of 2011

“A successful stand-alone book. . . . Compelling.”
— Janet Maslin, The New York Times
 
“A magnificent finale; it’s to be hoped that Mankell may be persuaded to revive his grumpy Nordic inspector, complete with his stomach cramps, failing eyesight and Ikea furniture. He is far too good to lose.”
— Financial Times
 
“Wallander . . . has become one of the best-loved of all detectives. . . . The Troubled Man delivers in full as a whodunit, as all the Wallander books do. . . . The Troubled Man is a sorrowful––how could it not be?––but fully satisfying conclusion to a great series. No Mankell reader will think of missing it.”
— The Scotsman
 
The Troubled Man is a first-rate whodunnit. But it’s also a quiet, considered and respectful farewell; a meditation on a life honestly if imperfectly lived.”
The Guardian
 
“Readers whose knowledge of Scandinavian crime fiction goes beyond Stieg Larsson know that it was Henning Mankell who jump-started what has developed into a twenty-year Golden Age. Mankell’s latest novel, the final volume in the Kurt Wallander series, represents a landmark moment in the genre comparable to the swan songs of Ian Rankin’s John Rebus and John Harvey’s Charlie Resnick. . . . Always a reticent man, Wallander shows an intensity of emotion here, a last gasp of felt life, that is both moving and oddly inspiring. An unforgettable series finale.”
— Booklist (starred review)
 
Praise for Henning Mankell:

“To his legions of North American readers, Henning Mankell is the unrivalled master of Swedish crime fiction and one of the finest practitioners of the genre anywhere.”
 — Toronto Star
 
“Mankell, like Stieg Larsson, appreciates the secrets and the sin lurking beneath all that pristine Swedish snow.” 
 — Maureen Corrigan, NPR
 
“For me, Henning Mankell is by far the best writer of police mysteries today. He is in the great tradition of those whose works transcend their chosen genre to become thrilling and moral literature.”
 — Michael Ondaatje
 
“Henning Mankell . . . kicked open the door for the Nordic whodunit. Mankell’s lugubrious Swedish detective, Inspector Kurt Wallander, is one of the most impressive creations in crime fiction today. Grumpy detectives are a staple of the genre, and Wallander is fabulously grumpy.”
 — The Guardian

About the Author

Internationally acclaimed author HENNING MANKELL has written nine Kurt Wallander mysteries, which have been published in thirty-three countries and consistently top the bestseller lists in Europe, receiving major literary prizes (including the UK's Golden Dagger for Sidetracked). He has also published many other novels for children, teens and adults. In addition, he is one of Sweden's most popular dramatists. Born in 1948, Mankell grew up in the Swedish village Sveg. He now divides his time between Sweden and Maputo, Mozambique, where he works as a director at Teatro Avenida. He has spent many years in Africa, where a number of his novels are set.